4 Ways to Use Big Data in Employee Training

Big Data is majorly used to predict the trends and take decisions based on those values. That helps in most of the cases as this allows the users to take control of their data and improve where they really can profit more. The applications of Big Data are vast, however there is one application which is very helpful in any office environment – Employee Training. It is very hard to assess all the employees working with the help of a questionnaires’ or number of hours worked, or amount of work done. These are very basic parameters on which you can work the progress of the employee, but you can’t come to a definitive conclusion. Here is where Big Data lends a hand in sorting this out.

4 Ways to Use Big Data to your advantage for Employee Training

  1. What does your employee need? This is very difficult identify because he/she won’t be willing to tell the HR or in some cases the employee itself is unaware of the need. However, if you have a way to know when an employee needs training and when he/she needs to cut off, that will help to improve the quality of work produced. You can identify the exact needs of the employee and train them on those topics so that they will work with confidence. Instead of firing an employee who is hardworking but doesn’t have the necessary skill, you can easily train them and reassign them to new task. That way you will save the time to search for a qualified employee who can understand your companies work ethics. These training sessions can be group workshops, training courses taught online or it can be dedicated course.
  2. Improve the progress. Big Data predictions can help in tracking the progress of the employees in a more sophisticated way, that can help you to take well informed decisions on the employee’s condition. You don’t have to break your head on whether to increase a particular person’s salary. These predictions will automatically give you that number and what that raise will mean to your company. This kind of progress tracking is highly advisable.
  3. Strengths and Weakness. This is something useful to take note of. Not all your employees have equal strengths. However, if you use their strengths to complement each other’s weaknesses then you can build a team with perfect harmony. Most of the companies fail to do this which causes delay in the product deliveries and also disrupt the work flow.
  4. Customize the approach to reach the employees. Not all employees prefer same conditions of work or not all of them have the capacity to do the same amount of work. You can talk to your employees on improving their skills in a more personal note, if you can secure the progress of the particular employee in a detailed and customized way. Rather than knowing 100 members of your staff are working less than 10 hours a day, if you have details of individuals who are working 10 hours a day will definitely help.

Big Data is everywhere today. In health care, finance, education, and even in HR. So, if your company is still grappling to get a hold of employee’s performance this is one way to start it. Your company need not employee staff who can take care of this sort of program, there are many online resources and you can outsource the man power with not much difficulty. Again 2018 is a year of AI and Big Data, see if your employees can really take the punch by analysing state of the performance.

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Srikanth is the Cheif editor for Techiexpert, Brings in 10+ years of experience on Emerging Technologies like IOT, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence .. He currently handles the day to day operations, involves in strategic decisions as a media partners for the technology event across globe , Srikanth can be reached at srikanth@techiexpert.com


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